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Alexandre Desplat won the BAFTA in 2010 for his soundtrack for The King’s Speech. The music was fittingly recorded at Abbey Road studios using original royal microphones that had been stored in the EMI archives for more than 70 years.
A.R. Rahman's score for 'Slumdog Millionaire' was extremely successful, winning over 15 awards including an Academy Award, two Grammys, the Golden Globe and a BAFTA.
Baz Luhrmann's updating of the love classic featured a modern soundtrack and a disarmingly simple score by British composer Craig Armstrong.
Composer Gabriel Yared produced a sumptuous BAFTA-winning score for Anthony Minghella's Oscar winner in 1996.
Winning Williams a BAFTA and an Oscar in 1993, this haunting and brilliant soundtrack is dominated by his Jewish inspired melodies.
Ennio Morricone his haunting soundtrack for The Mission is regarded as one of his best and Gabriel's Oboe in a cinematic classic.
John Williams was on winning form again here, capturing, in music, a magic movie that did for BMX bikes what Brief Encounter did for steam trains.
John Williams highly popular score to this first Star Wars film was selected by the American Film Institute as the greatest American movie score of all time.
Nino Rota composed the music for the first of Francis Ford Coppola’s Godfather trilogy, winning a BAFTA to boot.